Ebony J steps forward to receive a Hamilton County Proclamation designating Jan. 7 as Ebony J Media Day in Cincinnati from Cincinnati Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney.


“I have dedicated my entire life to promoting, inspiring and educating others. Ebony J Media isn’t just my business, it’s my calling.” says radio personality 1003 RNB cincy Jeffonia “Ms. Ebony J” Wynn during her 7 Years In Business Mixer Celebration at First Financial Bank.

“Versatile, dedicated, and dependable, she has responded creatively to one of society’s most critical needs by educating, empowering and engaging the community through digital content and events. Thus, it is with sincere pleasure I do proclaim January 7, 2023, Ms. Ebony J day in Ohio,” said Ohio State Rep. Sedrick Denson, in reading a proclamation at the event.

Ebony J poses with presenters Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney and State Rep. Sedrick Denson at an event honoring Ebony J Media. Photo by Tony Winstead Photography

Also, Hamilton County Board of Commissioners and City of Cincinnati proclaimed the 7th Day of January 2023 Ebony J Media day, said City Vice Mayor of Cincinnati Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney, in presenting those proclamations.

According to the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners’ Proclamation, “Ebony J Media helps businesses increase their online brand awareness, engagement and conversion rates by creating meaningful content. The company also specializes in building innovative digital content and hosting events with brand strategies that create a unique customer experience. Ebony J Media also provides transformative coverage of the news daily with a focus on issues that matter most our community.”

Over 50 people attended the event, including Kearney, Denson, Barbara Bell, District Director for Congressman Greg Landsman, Retired Judge Fanon Rucker, and the Reverend Donald E, Jones, Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church.

Some of Ebony J’s friends and supporters, who attended the Ebony J Media Day celebration.

On Sunday March,19, Ebony J will host I Am Queens Awards, celebrating Women in the Queen City who are Quotable, Unique, Educated, Empowered, Noble, Servants.  

This will be a hybrid event. VIP seats are in person at 7 p.m. Artsville. General admission is free, you can stream the Award show Live on I Am Queen Awards Facebook at 8 p.m.

Tickets available at iamqueenawards.com.

A display promotes Ebony J. Media at the event.

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